Hotel Cortese

Corso Garibaldi 20, San Remo, Italian Riviera, 18038, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Corso Garibaldi 20, San Remo, is near San Remo Casino, La Pigna, Corso dell'Imperatrice, and Silver Valley (Valle Argentina).
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    Travel Blogs from San Remo

    Little trip down to Monaco

    A travel blog entry by ayayayaya on Sep 04, 2013

    5 photos

    ... opted for the old reliable cheeseburger, McChicken and McNuggets! lol After dinner, headed into the cheaper 'Sun Casino' - had just a little flutter on the pokies. I lost €10, but Ben made the same amount, so the spent €13 ($20) on a Malibu and coke! ha Didn't spend much time there, kept nodding off on ride back to hostel so crashed on our return. Little else to report on the Monaco adventure ...

    Swimming in Menton

    A travel blog entry by terrinfamily on Aug 05, 2013

    ... person would always stay with the bag (thanks to the show Scam City), if my memory card gets stolen I'd freak. Everything else can be replaced even the keys to the rental car. It just might be a huge inconvenience. Anyways, as Will is baring his extra white Canadian belly he hesitates getting into the water because we watch the lady next to us start to nurse a red mark on her leg which we assume is a sting from a jelly fish. Eeeek! ...

    Amazing Drive to Monaco and St-Paul-de-Vence

    A travel blog entry by nz.kev.jo on Jul 11, 2013

    1 comment, 15 photos

    Today we drove the coastal road from Nice to Monaco, which offered some of the Riviera's most spectacular scenery, small villages which hugged the ragged rocky cliffs with views of the Med and white sandy beaches which were to die for.

    Monaco the world's second-smallest state, a smidgen bigger than the Vatican, famous for the Monte Carlo Casino and of course Formula One, which to Kev's joy we drove through the famous ...

    Sanremo here we come

    A travel blog entry by karinrauwerdink on Feb 03, 2013

    2 comments, 43 photos

    ... In the afternoon Angela sent us to do some shopping at the local Coop which is a 15 min walk away. We didn't quite know how their basket trolley things worked but got the hang of it. They have about 4 self help tills where you can scan your items and do payments if you have less than 20 items. We opted for the "normal" way and got a person to do all of that besides having more than 20 things. On our way there we came across a blacksmith place with the most ...

    Oui Oui Monsieur; Wee Wee Monsieur

    A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Oct 26, 2012

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... can only vote on initiatives sent to it by The Prince. His power is nearly absolute. So this place has the best possible system: a totalitarian state ruled by a benevolent dictator who makes sure everybody is happy. There are no taxes and the citizens cannot enter the casinos. Think about it. France guarantees the military safety of the place so there is no army or navy to pay for. Where does the money come from? Less than five percent of the budget is ...